SRV’s Studio Version Of The Jazzy “Stang’s Swang”

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SRV’s Studio Version Of The Jazzy “Stang’s Swang” | Society Of Rock Videos

After dropping out of school, Stevie Ray Vaughan started pursuing his career as a musician. He didn’t have regular gigs which is why he would sometimes collect beer bottles to have extra money in his pocket.

By 1975, he formed his own band and named it “Triple Threat” then later changed it to “Double Trouble.” In 1982, Mick Jagger invited them to perform for a small crowd in New York City. They were also given the chance to perform during the Montreux Blues & Jazz Festival within the same year.

This particular jazzy tune is a favorite among Stevie Ray Vaughan’s fans and even by other musicians as well.

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